Arturo Franco is a Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center. His career combines high-level positions in Fortune 500 corporations and global organizations, with public policy and international development experience, spanning from building materials giant CEMEX, and the World Bank, to social enterprises and two successful business start-ups.
Arturo Franco, The Atlantic Council
Dear Natural Resource Extraction Companies, Time to Find Another Model – By Cristopher Sabatini
The tables are turned. For decades the mantra was...
Democracies under stress: state and government and popular representation – A column by Ingo Plöger
People are taking the symbols of the branches of...
Trade facilitation: the missing component of infrastructure in global commerce
Mention the term “infrastructure” and one immediately thinks of...